oh...btw- it's "taser"
I thought it was but wasn't sure if it had dual spelling.
Actually, the "canadian" language thing was a joke. Sorry if you didn't get it. I'll write to my family in Canada and tell them the joke fell flat.
& can you clarify what these languages are: "Antigua and Barbuda, Australian, Bahamas Barbados Belizian Botswanan Brunein Cameroonian Canadian Dominica Ethiopian Fijiin Gambian Ghanan, Grenadan Guyanan Indian etc or are you refering to countries?
Well it wasn't me who posted that list but let's see... now there's a point... many of these countries have more than one official language (like Gambia). Brunei's offical language is actually Standard Malay, Fijian is actually a language
whereas a number of these places also have regional creoles (like Antigua). Cameroon has it's own pidgin and mix of French, English and pidgin
in fact English AND French are the official languages and there are around 250 other languages in the country (probably why they use French and English as offical languages). The offical language of India is actually Hindi, which is just one of a variety of Indian languages (English is allowed by the constitution as a secondary official language). Ethiopia: Ahmaric. Barbadian could be used to describe the Bajan creole language, which is also a recognised language in Barbados
So actually not all of them have English as a sole official language.
However, none of these countries seem to have Polish as an official language but does that mean that Polish Police officers should speak Standard Malay, French, Hindi, Ahmaric, Pidgin/Creole etc?
I still haven't worked out what Australians speak.